Welcome to the World of Yogi

As former Buckcherry, The Wallflowers and Fuel member, California born and raised artist, Yogi, has a curriculum vitae which reads like an encyclopedia of musical legends. He has shared the stage and/or recorded with an impressive list of artists including: Chris Cornell, Melissa Etheridge, Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), Shakira, DJ Zedd, Richard Marx, Micky Dolenz, Koshi Inaba (Japan superstar/B’z vocalist) Kid Rock, Natasha Bedingfield, Nikka Costa, Anastacia, Five For Fighting, Bonnie Raitt, Booker T Jones, Meredith Brooks, as well as Chinese superstars Leehom Wang and Jason Zhang.

He was also honored to play with Jimi Hendrix’s own Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame opening of the Jimi Hendrix exhibit. He’s toured in support of rock icons The Rolling Stones, Robert Plant, Aerosmith, AC/DC, KISS, Lenny Kravitz, Linkin Park and Korn. This list highlights just a few of the many collaborations Yogi’s been a part of during his impressive career, which just keeps getting stronger.

Away from the world of touring, filming, traveling, he has been awarded a prestigious Grammy nomination (US) for “Best Hard Rock Band” and a Kerrang award (UK) for “Best Hard Rock Performance” with Buckcherry. Yogi has put his undoubted and versatile talent to good use and has produced two solo albums and a rock band project.

His solo debut, entitled “Metta”, won him the Los Angeles Music Award’s “Best Independent Pop Artist”. Yogi produced “Break the Silence” for his rock band Run Through The Desert, which features Chris Cornell’s rhythm section.

Songs from his sophomore acoustic album, “Hesitant Poet”, have been featured in numerous TV and film productions. Yogi’s albums show a craftsmanship and vocal maturity that can only be achieved by a man in full command of his already world-recognized talent. Currently, Yogi is writing and recording with Croatian hip hop star Edo Maajka as well writing and producing tracks worldwide.

Yogi does not only share his music with us, by writing and producing his own work, but he shares a pathos, a new future and a vision of sincerity for modern rock that belies any doubt of his genius.

Yogi’s music is available now on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, CD Baby, and of course here at yogimusic.com.

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